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Job: Off-Road Cycling Plan Intern (Paid) – Portland Bureau of Planning & Sustainability

Posted by on December 1st, 2016 at 3:52 pm

Job Title *
Off-Road Cycling Plan Intern (Paid)

Company/Organization *
Portland Bureau of Planning & Sustainability

Job Description *
Closes: Tuesday, December 20, 2016

BPS is seeking a Community Service Aide to assist with the development of the Off-road Cycling Master Plan. This is a paid internship from January to June 2016.

Since the intern’s work will focus on public outreach, we are particularly looking for candidates with the following desired qualifications:
o Direct personal or professional experience working with historically under-represented or under-served communities, such as communities of color, Portlanders with limited-English proficiency, low-income residents, youth, and Portlanders with disabilities;
o Experience with public outreach;
o Experience with research and data collection, organization and analysis;
o Valid state driver’s license and a driving record that meets the City’s good driver criteria;
o Ability to speak another language (Spanish, Vietnamese, Somali, Chinese, etc.)

Since the intern’s work will focus on public outreach, we are particularly looking for candidates with the following desired qualifications:
* Direct personal or professional experience working with historically under-represented or under-served communities, such as communities of color, Portlanders with limited-English proficiency, low-income residents, youth, and Portlanders with disabilities
* Experience with public outreach
* Experience with research and data collection, organization and analysis
* Valid state driver’s license and a driving record that meets the City’s good driver criteria
* Ability to speak another language (Spanish, Vietnamese, Somali, Chinese, etc.)

How to Apply *
A complete job description and application instructions are available at:
http://www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/article/619462

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